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NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Wednesday refused to entertain contemporary PILs difficult the enactment of legal guidelines by states ruled by BJP banning conversion brought on by inter-faith marriages and stated it will be higher to await the choices of excessive courts that are already inspecting the validity of those legislations.
Senior advocate Sanjay Parikh, showing for People’s Union for Civil Liberties, tried to persuade a bench led by CJI SA Bobde to entertain the writ petition by saying that an growing variety of states had been enacting legal guidelines much like those beneath problem earlier than the excessive courts of UP and Uttarakhand.
“We came to know that Allahabad high court and Uttarakhand HC have entertained pleas against such laws and we’ve refused a petition seeking transfer of these petitions to SC,” the bench stated.
Parikh stated governments of MP and Gujarat had been additionally planning to enact related legislations. “We’re not denying the importance of the issue. We would like to have the opinion of HCs which are hearing the petitions. You can move the HC if you so desire,” it added. On January 6, the identical bench had agreed to look at the validity of ‘love jihad’ legal guidelines and ordinances by states ruled by BJP to curb alleged conversion of ladies by way of inter-faith marriages.

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